Searing study of 9/11’s effect on a man caught in the culture wars.
A sensitive subject with a satisfyingly Scandinavian chill.
Redgrave can’t redeem this fluff for the silver-haired screen.
Kiss the rains down in Africa: a cinematic masterpiece.
The prolific French composer is moving into grittier territory with films like Zero Dark Thirty, and although Rust and Bone isn’t a walk in the park his signature sparse, eloquent orchestration remains largely unchanged.
This tale of love blooming from tragedy just doesn’t have legs.
Dishy French pianist Alexandre Tharaud makes his acting debut in Amour.
Two veteran leads shine in this haunting tale of twilight years, with surprising warmth from Haneke.
Sensitive exploration of sexuality with a disability.
Sharp contemporary gangster tale, with added Pitt power.
A raw documentary feel adds believability to this story.
The German word Vergangenheitsbewältigung, meaning “coming-to-terms-with-the-past”, reverberates throughout Shortland’s beautifully assured film.
You’re going to be hearing a lot about this deserved Sundance Grand Jury prizewinner – if you haven’t done so already.
A harrowing loss of innocence gives way to a deeply humane portrait of pedagogy.
Lee Hirsch exposes bullying as a global endemic in a confronting new documentary.
Move over Dreamgirls, it’s time for The Sapphires to shine!
Charmingly skewed Aussie rom-com looks to be a hit.
Labaki balances sharp comedy with serious underlying issues.
First-rate period drama about Enlightenment Sweden.
Brooding heartthrob Robert Pattinson underwhelms in lush De Maupassant adaptation.